hre's greatest successes, the singer partied in the 70s and 80s

"Our family is devastated and I, my siblings, and the whole of the Pointer family ask for your prayers," it said on Monday, in a communication to the members.

hre's greatest successes, the singer partied in the 70s and 80s

"Our family is devastated and I, my siblings, and the whole of the Pointer family ask for your prayers," it said on Monday, in a communication to the members. Bonnie was 69 years old. Cause of death the family did not provide information.

AP Bonnie Pointer in 1979

its greatest successes in the black singers celebrated in the 70s and 80s with Pop and Disco Songs such as "Fire", "He's So Shy", "Slow Hand" and "I'm So Excited". The four sisters, Ruth, Anita, Bonnie and June sang in a gospel choir in Oakland, California, where her parents were as a Church, a preacher operates. Starting in 1971, she appeared as a Back-Up singer for other groups, and brought out two years later, her first of more than fifteen albums with the title "the Pointer Sisters". With Rhythm & Blues, Country, Funk, Pop and Disco, they picked up Grammy trophies.

at the end of the 70s, Bonnie started a Solo career. Her biggest Solo Hit was "Heaven Must Have Sent You". This spring, Anita and Bonnie in memory had June on her sister recorded the Song "Feels Like June". June died in 2006 at the age of 52 to cancer.

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Updated Date: 08 June 2020, 22:26

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